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Damien McCusker, Manager of Arpi's residential service division, has been working in the HVAC industry for 16 years and has hands-on experience in new home installations, furnace and air conditioner replacements, sales and residential service. He spends most of his spare time being an UBER driver, driving his kids to soccer practice and games.

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IAQ - Indoor Air Quality

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solutions for dry indoor air calgary albertaDry indoor air can be a source of physical discomfort, property damage and static electricity throughout your home. Dry indoor air is more common in winter, but no matter when it occurs, the Lennox line of Healthy Climate Solutions whole-house humidifiers offered by Arpi’s Industries Ltd.

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Air Purification: A Basic Guide To Its BenefitsToday’s homeowners are not only concerned about energy efficiency, but they are also keenly aware of how their homes can impact their health.

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Taking control over your home’s indoor air quality is easy with these tips to allergy-proof your home. That way, no matter the season, and regardless of what outdoor pollutants are present, you can seek refuge inside your home—and breathe a little easier there.

Common allergens that can wreak havoc with your indoor air include the following:

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Warmer weather often signals the arrival of allergies thanks to rising levels of mould, pollen and other pollutants that dry winter weather holds dormant. To help keep allergy symptoms at bay in your home, you can choose from a select number of indoor air quality equipment options, and create a refuge from common outdoor triggers.

You see, the indoor air quality inside your home can become degraded by outdoor pollutants because homeowners are likely to keep windows and doors open to circulate fresh air, and pollutants are also tracked into our homes on our clothing and shoes.

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Homeowners often focus on energy efficiency around their homes, and rightly so, as energy costs rise and budgets shrink. However, indoor air quality in most homes is often worse than the quality of our outdoor air, making it an issue that should be high on a homeowner’s to-do list.

But if you think there’s not much you can do about indoor air quality, you’re be wrong. Here are three cost-effective steps any homeowner can take to improve indoor air quality.

Remove the problem

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Steps To Control Dust In Your Home, And Get ResultsAre you noticing lately that your home is increasingly dusty?

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How Your Attached Garage May Affect Your Home's Indoor Air QualityMost people know common contributors to poor indoor air quality include carbon monoxide from gas furnaces, formaldehyde-based products (like carpeting or furniture), or outdoor pollutants such as ragweed or pollen.

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Does the idea of pollutants lurking around inside your home bother you? Does their presence trigger health-related issues, such as allergies or asthma? If so, you can do something about it by installing Ultraviolet (UV) lights in your HVAC system to boost the quality of your home’s air and enhance your health all year long.

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Pollutants impact a home’s indoor air quality in ways we generally cannot see. Our homes often contain particulate matter, a group that includes dust, pollen and allergens. There are also chemicals like volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and microbes (viruses, mold and bacteria).

If you have concerns about your home’s indoor air quality, you may want to explore the possibility of incorporating electronic air cleaners into your home comfort system. There are several types:

HEPA

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When you think of spring, do you think of new growth and warm air? Or do you think of runny noses and sneezing? Certainly, there are great things about spring, but it also brings its share of challenges. The weather warms up and plants, trees and grasses begin to grow again. Along with the blooming of new plants comes the trigger of spring allergies.

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